Middle East
Numbers of German learners

Total German learners (incl. Goethe-Institut) 310.904
Percentage of German learners: 2,01%
Total German learners (2010): 212.570
Percentage increase/decrease: 46,26%


10.064 Total German learners 
  7.777 Schoolchildren learning German as a foreign language 
     700 University students learning German in 2015
  German learners in adult and further education (excl. Goethe-Institut)

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251.467 Total German learners 
229.420 Schoolchildren learning German as a foreign language 
  12.078 University students learning German in 2015
    3.500 German learners in adult and further education (excl. Goethe-Institut)

1.224 Total German learners 
  Schoolchildren learning German as a foreign language 
   990 University students learning German in 2015
   234 German learners in adult and further education (excl. Goethe-Institut)

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2.116 Total German learners 
1.565 Schoolchildren learning German as a foreign language 
   525 University students learning German in 2015
     26 German learners in adult and further education (excl. Goethe-Institut)

12.300 Total German learners 
     300 Schoolchildren learning German as a foreign language 
  6.000 University students learning German in 2015
  6.000 German learners in adult and further education (excl. Goethe-Institut)

2.995 Total German learners 
   300 Schoolchildren learning German as a foreign language 
   687 University students learning German in 2015
  German learners in adult and further education (excl. Goethe-Institut)

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7.419 Total German learners 
4.967 Schoolchildren learning German as a foreign language 
   171 University students learning German in 2015
2.281 German learners in adult and further education (excl. Goethe-Institut)

9.013 Total German learners 
   600 Schoolchildren learning German as a foreign language 
4.270 University students learning German in 2015
1.500 German learners in adult and further education (excl. Goethe-Institut)

998 Total German learners 
422 Schoolchildren learning German as a foreign language 
    0 University students learning German in 2015
576 German learners in adult and further education (excl. Goethe-Institut)

105 Total German learners 
  80 Schoolchildren learning German as a foreign language 
    0 University students learning German in 2015
  25 German learners in adult and further education (excl. Goethe-Institut)

2.335 Total German learners 
2.335 Schoolchildren learning German as a foreign language 
  University students learning German in 2015
  German learners in adult and further education (excl. Goethe-Institut)

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1.461 Total German learners 
   280 Schoolchildren learning German as a foreign language 
   755 University students learning German in 2015
  German learners in adult and further education (excl. Goethe-Institut)

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689 Total German learners 
  Schoolchildren learning German as a foreign language 
  University students learning German in 2015
  German learners in adult and further education (excl. Goethe-Institut)

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4.272 Total German learners 
3.442 Schoolchildren learning German as a foreign language 
   355 German learners in adult and further education (excl. Goethe-Institut)
  DaF-Lernende an EWB (ohne Goethe-Institut)

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503 Total German learners 
    0 Schoolchildren learning German as a foreign language 
103 University students learning German in 2015
400 German learners in adult and further education (excl. Goethe-Institut)

3.943 Total German learners 
1.887 Schoolchildren learning German as a foreign language 
   247 University students learning German in 2015
     50 German learners in adult and further education (excl. Goethe-Institut)

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